Istituto Di Cultura - Londra

Leonardo 500 - Curating Leonardo: A Roundtable A programme of events marking the 500th anniversary of Leonardo’s death, organised by Katia Pizzi, Ben Thomas and Bill Sherman.

Events

The Power and The Virtue: Guido Reni's Death Of Lucretia
The Power and The Virtue: Guido Reni's Death Of LucretiaSaturday, October 26, 2019 → Monday, January 20, 2020

Exhibition at The Bowes Museum, Barnard Castle, County Durham 26 October 2019 – 20 January 2020 For more information, please visit The Bowes Museum's website  This is the first exhibition in the UK and outside London dedicated to the Italian Baroque master Guido Reni, celebrating the artist a...

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Leonardo. Experience a Masterpiece
Leonardo. Experience a MasterpieceSaturday, November 09, 2019 → Sunday, January 12, 2020

Ehibition at the National Gallery, London 9 November 2019 - 12 January 2020 For more information and bookings, please visit the National Gallery's website  On the occasion of the 500th anniversary of Leonardo's death, the National Gallery becomes a painting studio, an imagined chapel and a room-sized expe...

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Academy Voices: Transcending Borders VI - Germany
Academy Voices: Transcending Borders VI - GermanyTuesday, November 12, 2019

The Royal Academy of Music and the Italian Cultural Institute in London are delighted to continue their multifaceted music cycle, once again reflecting the fruitful relationships and enduring dialogue between European countries. This concert celebrates one of the most notable partnerships in the history of music in this...

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Archaeology Talks 2.0: Who Are Archaeology Museums For?
Archaeology Talks 2.0: Who Are Archaeology Museums For?Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Second dialogue: with Simona Rafanelli and Glynn DavisModerated by Andrew Gardner This event will be held in Italian and English, with English simultaneous translation. European museums of archaeology interact with a wide range of communities. Their educational mission is particularly important today, as the cultural...

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Enrico Franceschini presents Bassa marea. Introduced by Stefano Tura and Annalisa Piras
Enrico Franceschini presents "Bassa marea". Introduced by Stefano Tura and Annalisa PirasThursday, November 14, 2019

"Bassa marea", published by Rizzoli, is the latest book by Enrico Franceschini. It is a thriller set in Romagna, where, on a spring morning, retired journalist Andrea Muratori, known as "Mura" finds the barely breathing body of a woman on the shore, and decides to uncover the mystery surrounding the event, with the help...

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Academy Voices: Transcending Borders VII - Italy
Academy Voices: Transcending Borders VII - ItalyTuesday, November 19, 2019

The Royal Academy of Music and the Italian Cultural Institute in London are delighted to continue their multifaceted music cycle, once again reflecting the fruitful relationships and enduring dialogue between European countries. 1919 saw the death of both the composer Leoncavallo and the librettist Illica; this concert...

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Italian Cuisine Week in the World: How We Fell in Love with Italian Food
Italian Cuisine Week in the World: How We Fell in Love with Italian FoodWednesday, November 20, 2019

On the occasion of the 4th edition of the Italian Cuisine Week in the WorldDiego Zancani in conversation with Sean Gaston on the bookHow We Fell in Love With Italian Foodpublished by Bodleian Library Publishing, University of Oxford From the legacy of the Roman invasion to its current, ever-incresing popularity, Italian...

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Renato D’Aiello invites Rachel Gould and Cesare Mecca
Renato D’Aiello invites Rachel Gould and Cesare MeccaThursday, November 21, 2019

During the London Jazz Festival, the cycle dedicated to Renato's international quartet, will culminate in a gig where the lavishly intense voice of American singer Rachel Gould will mingle with the vivacious trumpet of young Italian talent Cesare Mecca.ProgrammeOriginal works by Rachel Gould and American songbook PerformersRachel...

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Italian Cuisine Week in the World: Respecting the planet by eating healthily
Italian Cuisine Week in the World: Respecting the planet by eating healthilyFriday, November 22, 2019

On the occasion of the Italian Cuisine Week a conference organised by the Academy of Italian Cuisine, London Delegation with the patronage of the Italian Embassy in London.The event will be held in Italian with simultaneous translation into English. ChairDr Luisa Tondelli, Scientific Attaché, Embassy of I...

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UN/DRESS Moving Painting by Masako Matsushita
UN/DRESS Moving Painting by Masako MatsushitaSaturday, November 23, 2019

Moving paintingItalian/Japanese dancer and coreographer Masako Matsushita at TripSpace, 339 Acton Mews, E8 4EA, LondonWe are very proud to support Masako Matsushita’s performance. It is part of BLEND IT, a night of dance and performance on Saturday 23 November 2019. UN/DRESS is a metaphorical pe...

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Academy Voices: Transcending Borders VIII - United in Diversity
Academy Voices: Transcending Borders VIII - United in DiversityTuesday, November 26, 2019

The Royal Academy of Music and the Italian Cultural Institute in London are delighted to continue their multifaceted music cycle, once again reflecting the fruitful relationships and enduring dialogue between European countries. Our European tour in song closes with a concert marking cross-national collaborations. Composers...

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Peggy Guggenheim: from London to Venice - A documentary
Peggy Guggenheim: from London to Venice - A documentaryThursday, November 28, 2019

Peggy Guggenheim (1898–1979) was undoubtedly one of the most iconic figures of the 20th century art world. In January 1938, with Marcel Duchamp as her mentor, Peggy opened her first gallery in London, Guggenheim Jeune, where she exhibited some of the most avant-garde artists of the time, including Jean Arp, Lucian Fr...

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The Italian Art of the Keyboard: Clementi & Mozart
The Italian Art of the Keyboard: Clementi & Mozart Thursday, December 05, 2019

THE SERIES With the Italian Art of the Keyboard the Institute endeavours to raise the interest of a broader audience in an extensive repertoire that, despite the kaleidoscopic richness of its tunes, harmonies and feelings, is mostly ignored by concert halls and performers, with the exception of a bunch of challenging tiny...

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How to Attract Young Adults to the Library. Inspiring New Generations
How to Attract Young Adults to the Library. Inspiring New GenerationsFriday, December 06, 2019

A one day seminar organised by EUROLIS, the consortium of librarians of European Cultural Institutes in London and CILIP  What do young people expect from public libraries in the 21st century? What range of services are offered by libraries throughout Europe? How can we engage with teenagers and enhance their possibili...

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